I am trying to “bake” or “record” the motion of a child cube into an IPO that is the result of the motion stored of the parent cube in its IPO.
So, in other words, I have a parent moving around due to it’s IPO, the child moves with it, has also another turning point, and I want to store the child’s ipo so I can use it.
(The purpose is to collect rotational data which is the result of an inverse kinetical rig in Blender. The rotational data will be stored as g-code for use on an actual homebrew robot arm. Everything works , except that I have the wrong IPO… So when I can “solidify” the child’s movement in an IPO (or curve, or string of coords) I can go on…